Christ Church College, Kanpur

Coordinates: 26°28′21″N 80°21′08″E / 26.472542°N 80.352352°E

Christ Church College
CC College kanpur
Civil Lines, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh
AffiliationsChhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University

Christ Church College, Kanpur is a college established in 1866, affiliated with Kanpur University,[1] in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Earlier in 1840, SPG Mission School was established to educated Christian students. Later its name turned to present one.[2] It is managed by Church of North India (C.N.I). Agra Diocese, managed by the Christ Church College Society, Kanpur.[3]


Christ Church College, Kanpur, the oldest college of the city(1866), carries a historic heritage of supreme educational service and standards.The College began as an S.P.G. Mission school in the 1840s to educate children and those who chose it.First called Mission School, then Christ Church School, it grew into a college affiliated first to the Calcutta University in 1866, then to the Allahabad University in 1892, later to the Agra University in 1927, and last, to the Kanpur University (now the C.S.J.M.University) in 1966.


The undergraduate and graduate programs offered are -

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Master of Commerce
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science



Christ Church College has planned to establish itself as a University very soon.


  1. ^ a b "Affiliated colleges: KANPUR DISTRICT". Kanpur University.
  2. ^ "Christ Church College launches website, physics lab". The Times of India. 7 August 2009.
  3. ^ "About us". Official website.

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Events in the year 1866 in India.

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Model Christian College, Kohima

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Eastern Christian College, Dimapur

Madras Christian College

St. Stephen's College, Delhi

Mar Baselios Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Kuttikanam

St Joseph College of Communication

Bankura Christian College

Christ Church College, Kanpur

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Scottish Church College

St. John's College, Agra

St. Paul's Cathedral Mission College

Wilson College, Mumbai

Women's Christian College, Kolkata

CMS College Kottayam

Malabar Christian College

Scott Christian College

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Christ College, Irinjalakuda

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Fatima Mata National College

Holy Cross College, Agartala

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Jesus and Mary College

Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research Institute

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